Estimation of the minimum permeability coefficient in rats for perfusion‐limited tissue distribution in whole‐body physiologically‐based pharmacokinetics

  title={Estimation of the minimum permeability coefficient in rats for perfusion‐limited tissue distribution in whole‐body physiologically‐based pharmacokinetics},
  author={Yoo-Seong Jeong and Chang-Soon Yim and Heon-Min Ryu and Chi-Kyoung Noh and Yoo-Kyung Song and Suk-Jae Chung},
  journal={European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics},

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